Where's my data?

If you have any questions about where you data lives, you can always start at the search bar at the top of the page.

Using search can quickly take you to a dataset even if you already know where it lives in your hierarchy. The search has filters which can narrow down results to a specific BI tool or type of data asset, but if you already know which tool the information you're looking for is in, you can sort through that information in different ways.

If you know you're looking for a data table or column, click the database it belongs to in the left sidebar.

Database Pages

From here, use Cmd/Ctrl+F or click the 🔍 icon in the header to open a filter in the page. Type in a filter to narrow the results, or use the filters on the right side of the page.


Change the Data Type in the dropdown to see all columns in a database. It will show all tables and views by default.

Check any of the Category or Status Tag boxes to show data with those tags applied.

Find datasets which have no Owners assigned, or ones which belong to specific users or teams.

See your most popular and least popular datasets, as well as those with no popularity, documentation, or tags. These filters can help you identify where you need to add documentation or distinguish between excellent and subpar datasets using tags.

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